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Elegance and strength: Ultra Marmi maxi-tiles

12-01-2016

Elegance and strength: Ultra Marmi maxi-tiles

Ariostea’s Ultra Marmi porcelain maxi-tiles combine the great variety of applications and flexibility of ceramics with innovative technological developments that have amplified the scale of these materials to up to 3 metres high and only 6-10 mm thick

Hotels: Porcelain in spaces for wellness and hospitality

05-01-2016

Hotels: Porcelain in spaces for wellness and hospitality

Staying in a hotel is a gratifying, original experience, thanks in part to the contribution made by porcelain: the perfect material for all indoor and outdoor surfaces, as demonstrated by GranitiFiandre’s numerous hotel projects over the years.

Triptyque and Groenlândia shopping centre in San Paolo

25-02-2015

Triptyque and Groenlândia shopping centre in San Paolo

Triptyque, the French/Brazilian studio that designed Groenlândia, a new shopping centre in Jardins, one of the top residential districts in San Paolo, Brazil, seems to want to redefine gravity. Triptyque’s Groenlândia is a private space where the architecture is open to the public and to the city.

Marble eco-synergies. Sustainable cultural project in Pietrasanta

27-05-2014

Marble eco-synergies. Sustainable cultural project in Pietrasanta

A site-specific project in Pietrasanta, Italy to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Cosmave consortium has been turned into a vast sustainability festival.

Ceramic coverings and the identity of places of transition

03-12-2013

Ceramic coverings and the identity of places of transition

Spaces/places such as shopping centres, outlet centres, supermarkets and other large commercial spaces represent a new form of architecture for contemporary life that relies on covering materials such as porcelain to define its identity.

Displaying ceramic tiles. Ariostea’s maxi sizes

19-11-2013

Displaying ceramic tiles. Ariostea’s maxi sizes

Porcelain tiles on display, presented as randomly overlapping volumes bringing to mind possible architectural constructions, interiors and concepts for design. A visual experience for the future of design, by architect Marco Porpora.

Rafiq Azam: family tomb in Bangladesh

24-07-2013

Rafiq Azam: family tomb in Bangladesh

Rafiq Azam builds a family tomb in Noakhali, in southern Bangladesh. The architect views the tomb as a gateway between earth and heaven, reflected in the shape of the concrete cornice framing a stand of betel palms, the vertical lines of which contrast with the horizontal line of the roof. The project includes a single bench on which to sit in prayer before the grassy meadow where the dead are buried.

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